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Synonyms for brake

Synonyms for brake

an instrument or means of restraining

Synonyms for brake

any of various ferns of the genus Pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants

large coarse fern often several feet high

an area thickly overgrown usually with one kind of plant

anything that slows or hinders a process

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stop travelling by applying a brake

cause to stop by applying the brakes

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The feedback lockup braking-driving integrated system for electric vehicles is composed of feedback brake transmission component, brake pushing component, brake component, braking energy reusing component, as shown in Fig.
This evolution has brought about significant changes in the industry, such as the advent of electrically assisted brake systems, and technologies such as ABS, ESC, TCS, EBD, regenerative braking, and brake-by-wire.
The company consistently delivers new, optimized solutions for classic braking technology.
Siemens VDO's rapid and intelligent braking system is one of the foundations for advancing the next generation of driver assistance systems.
New York Air Brake is a leading supplier of air brake and electronically controlled braking systems, foundation brakes, and train control systems for the freight railroad industry.
It measure the pedal's position, and calculates the amount of braking needed at the wheels.
True, Delphi's Maximum Torque Braking (MTB) concept does look like the auto industry's version of the multi-blade razor.
The five-speed TorqShift transmission that was mated only to the Powerstroke diesel when it was introduced in 2003 is now available across the line-up, and features a "tow/haul" setting that holds gears longer to reduce "hunting" and optimizes engine braking on downhills.
The report briefly explains the demand for the automotive brakes and braking system market by brake type and by technology.
Advanced braking systems such as EHB and EMB systems require a higher voltage system in order to operate efficiently.
The action of braking compresses the brake fluid, which causes the brake callipers or cylinders to apply pressure on the brake discs or drums to slow you down.
The next breakthroughs in automotive safety will come in the realm of active safety features, most notably automatic emergency braking, vehicle-to-vehicle communication and using electronics to optimize the effectiveness of passive safety systems to limit occupant injuries.
Defective brake pads can pose a serious safety hazard by leading to degraded braking capability, wheel lock-up, loss of control, or an accident things you want to prevent
Inspectors also examined the antique train's braking system and said the counterbalanced cars, which move in tandem up and down Bunker Hill, may not have had a backup emergency track brake, standardized equipment on modern funiculars that could have halted the fatal slide.
II-6 Friction and Braking II-6 Brake Failure II-7 Brake System II-7 Disc Brakes II-7 Components of a Disc Brake System II-8 Brake Pad: The Friction Component of a Disc Brake System II-8 Factors Affecting the Demand for Brake Pads Aftermarket II-8 Market Analysis for Brake Pads Aftermarket II-8 Technological Trends in the Development of Disc Brakes II-9 Drum Brakes II-9 Market Analysis for Brake Shoes Aftermarket II-9 Alternative Braking Systems II-10 Power brakes II-10 Hand brakes II-10 Hydraulic Brakes II-10